Am I weird for liking Jean more than Jane?

I love [name]Jane[/name], but perhaps am biased. [name]Jane[/name] is mine and my mother’s middle name, which I passed on to my daughter. I like one-syllable J names names in this order:

[name]Jane[/name] - [name]Love[/name] it
[name]Joan[/name] - Like it
[name]June[/name] - Used to dislike, but I have warmed up to it
[name]Jean[/name] - Not a big fan. It just feels more old-fashioned to me than the others.

I actually prefer [name]Jean[/name] to [name]Jane[/name]. My name is Gaelic and translates to [name]Jean[/name] (or anglified, [name]Jane[/name]). I was named after a beautiful Gaelic song ([name]Sine[/name] Bhan), and had a great Aunt [name]Jean[/name] who was quite the character. We are naming our baby girl (due [name]August[/name]) [name]Isla[/name] [name]Jean[/name]. We’re just ahead of the curve ;-p

I like [name]Jane[/name] the best, but I don’t think it’s nuts that you prefer [name]Jean[/name]. I’d like to see some babies called [name]Jean[/name]. I also like it spelled [name]Jeanne[/name] and [name]Jeannie[/name]'s not a bad nn.

[name]Joan[/name] still sounds a little frumpy and plain, but I know a very nice, fairly young (40s) and un-frumpy [name]Joan[/name], so there is a good associiation for me.

My supervisor’s name is [name]Jean[/name] and she is actually younger than me. [name]Jean[/name] is reminiscent of the days of [name]Jean[/name] [name]Harlow[/name], while [name]Jane[/name] is even more vintage and reminds me of [name]Henry[/name] VIII’s wife [name]Jane[/name] [name]Seymour[/name], and [name]Jane[/name] [name]Austen[/name]. [name]Jane[/name] was a popular name at one time, and of the three it is the most popular now too. I think [name]Jean[/name] and [name]Joan[/name] should make a comeback. My own grandmother’s name was [name]Joan[/name] and I never cared for it much, but Mad Men’s [name]Joan[/name] [name]Harris[/name] (nee Holloway) has made me come around.

It’s funny, but I never thought of [name]Jean[/name] as being an overused mn, most people I know have the mn [name]Marie[/name].
Where I work, two people have the middle name [name]Jean[/name] and one first.
Actually, one is a combo name, [name]Leah[/name]-[name]Jean[/name], but she goes by [name]Leah[/name]. The other is [name]Fancy[/name] [name]Jean[/name].